Off-Off-Broadway Review

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    Lorenzo

    An uneven tuner attempts to combine musical theatre with opera.

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    23 Coins

    This musical manages to insult its audience, logic, and good writing in just two hours.

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    Sweet, Sweet Motherhood

    "Sweet, Sweet Motherhood," written by Jeremy Kareken in collaboration with Lee M. Silver and currently running at Here Arts Center, derives neither heat nor meat from its Frankenstein story.

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    Lenny's Dead

    Actor and first-time playwright Alex Giacin's clichéd tale offers no new insights into the emotional cost of war.

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    Standing Up: Bathroom Talk & Other Stuff We Learn From Dad

    Playwright-performer Tracey Conyer Lee skillfully ricochets from standup comedy to kitchen-sink drama in this solo show.

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    Red Fly/Blue Bottle

    Red Fly/Blue Bottle is a dark radio-era wonderland where everyday objects such as pins, teacups, and springs taking on epic proportions.

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    Marathon 2009: Series A

    Looking back on the "good old days" can be comforting in these trying times. But in this quintet of promising though never completely satisfying plays, even the golden age of Eisenhower and JFK are tinged with darkness.

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    The Un-Marrying Project

    Larry Kunofsky's well-intentioned but unwieldy new play, lacking the fast-moving, satirical style it's premise needs, will hardly do much for the cause of gay marriage.

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    Epona's Labyrinth

    Multimedia should never be used to paper over a weak script, but that's just what happens in Ivana Catanese and Kameron Steel's new drama.

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    Banshee

    Brian C. Petti's Irish drama is an ungimmicky, affecting exploration of a sad chapter in his family's history that avoids clichés as it keeps us pulling for its likable hero.